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From the Archives: 1968 protest against possible Star Trek cancellation

L.A. Times Tuesday, 20 June 2017
After two seasons and low ratings, "Star Trek" was facing cancellation by NBC. Fans led a national campaign, including this Caltech protest, to save it.

In the Jan. 8, 1968, Los Angeles Times, staff writer Jerry Ruhlow reported:

Students at Caltech have found little time for demonstrations, protests...
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